If this is about a class action lawsuit settlement, Fatwallet puts those in Deal Discussions, not Finance.
posted: Nov. 19, 2016 @ 10:54a
Guess the OP doesn't follow the class actions in the main thread. LINK
posted: Nov. 20, 2016 @ 6:21p
My bank just closed my checking account because They thought someone was phishing for account info. I have no idea how they got the account info. I know there was a Fraley suit, but is anyone certain this depositor is legit?
posted: Nov. 20, 2016 @ 6:28p
I got a paper check in the mail a couple days ago.
I make fun of your title
posted: Nov. 21, 2016 @ 7:17p
Received my check today. This was for users that were unknowingly used for those "Sponsored Stories" advertising, where you were used to advertise a product/business you used to everybody on your friends list, and on their friends list, wash, rinse, repeat. Some users only found out when a friend asked why they were getting advertising seemingly endorsed by you. A Class Action was filed, and FB was forced to notify everybody who was used. One of the results of the lawsuit, was the end of "Sponsored Stories", FB no longer uses them, though the lawsuit wanted FB to change how they were used, and offer an opt-out.
MISTERCHEAP said: CouponClippen said: Guess the OP doesn't follow the class actions in the main thread. https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/deal-discussion/1170656?newest=1#last Guess Coupon Clipper (sic) doesn't follow the rules on FW that the master thread was disbanded and frowned upon by the FW Staff who asked specific Class Actions to be put in threads. That is incorrect.
The master thread was not "disbanded". It was renamed "List of Class Actions". The moderator in charge of it has written there, "This thread is... primarily for the listing [of] class actions". The master thread is also used for simple payout announcements about historical class actions which don't require any other type of discussion.
FW staff have said that that new class actions (or not-so-new class actions that have never been mentioned on Fatwallet before) are to be introduced in the "List of Class Actions" master thread in a single post that links to the class action's individual thread, which would have been newly set up in the Deal Discussion forum by the poster of the class action.
----- It was my understanding that individual class action threads are to be put in the Deal Discussion forum, not other forums.
Why did this thread not have to follow the "rules"? It's frustrating when moderators treat similar situations differently.
If all class action threads can be put in Finance now, that would enable them to be seen by more people, which would encourage more sharing of experiences/advice in making those claims, which would benefit everyone.
Guess Coupon Clipper doesn't follow the rules on FW that the master thread was disbanded and frowned upon by the FW Staff who asked specific Class Actions to be put in threads. You are incorrect or uninformed.
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